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The Last Pilgrimage of the Normandy Veterans Association
Fri 15 Aug 2014, 06:56 AM View the latest post

Paintings by R A Flight Officer W Ball.
Fri 25 Jul 2014, 02:18 PM View the latest post
I have 2 water colour paintings by R A Flight Officer W Ball.
Painted in the forties they were found in the loft during a House...

Relatives of Lancaster JA696
Fri 25 Jul 2014, 01:49 PM View the latest post
My Uncle Sgt J. Smith was Wireless Operator/Air Gunner on Lancaster jA696 of 57 Sqn. Which took off from RAF Scampton for an operational...

Cristot point 102
Fri 25 Jul 2014, 01:47 PM View the latest post
My father fought in the 49th west riding reg tank recce he was killed by german aps
on the 25th June around Cristot point 102

Lancaster JB479 serial GT-K looking for Lancastercrew JB479
Fri 25 Jul 2014, 01:39 PM View the latest post
My father Sgt 1178418 James Walter Gilbert was a crew member of Lancaster JB479 serial GT-K piloted by W/Cdr Eric Porter. I understand...

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Doolittle raid on Tokyo
City: Tokyo
Unit: USS Hornet
Date: 18/04/1942
Eder Dam
City: Affoldern
Unit: German Army
Date: 13/05/1943
George Batts
City: Arromanche
Unit: Royal Engineers
Date: 6/06/1944
The salvage of the Wellington HF544 part 2
City: Dronten
Unit: No unit
Date: 26/06/1943
Sister of O'Hara (Stirling Mk.I - BF353) visits crash location
City: Lelystad
Unit: 15 Sqdn
Date: 16/09/1942
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